The Assessment Credential program will conclude on December 31, 2022. Additional assessment professional development is available in the Anthology Academy.
Those seeking to earn recognition for their professional development in Assessment are invited to complete all lessons of the Assessment Credential Curriculum, which includes videos, resources, homework assignments, and receiving feedback from a consultant.
This certificate indicates that you have demonstrated an understanding of the foundations of assessment and the ability to develop quality assessments of your own.
Review the following curriculum and complete all associated assignments in order to be eligible. Once complete, please email our staff at assessmentcredential@CampusLabs.com.
Our staff will review your application and project work and contact you to confirm your eligibility. If eligible, you will receive a certificate of completion.
An Introduction from Your Faculty
- Lesson 1: Assessment, Evaluation and Research Context, Definitions, Processes and Frameworks
- Recorded Lesson - Understanding Context and Terminology: Student Affairs Assessment, Evaluation and Research
- Assessment, Evaluation and Research Definitions Handout (you can download the pdf at the bottom of the page)
- The Scholarship of Student Affairs Assessment Reconsidered
- Ackermann, E. (2017). Assessment vs. research: What's the difference. Radford University. You Tube video.
- Lesson 2: Relationship of Assessment to Other Processes
- Lesson 3: Politics, Ethics and Culture of Assessment
- Recorded Lesson - The Culture, Ethics and Politics of Student Affairs Assessment
- Webinar: Free the Data: Engaging Student Affairs Staff in Moving Toward a Culture of Evidence
- Connecting Assessment and Strategic Planning to Advancing Equity on Campus
- Texas A&M University Student Life Studies Standards of Ethical Practice
- CAS Statement of Shared Ethical Principles
- Equity and Assessment - NILOA
- Strategies for Creating an Institutional Culture of Assessment and Planning (video)
- Assignment: Baseline Quiz (please email firstname.lastname@example.org upon submission so that your quiz may be assessed)
- Lesson 4: Learning and Program Outcomes
- Assessing Learning and Program Outcomes in Student Affairs
- Learning Outcomes Worksheet
- Assessment Planning Worksheet
- Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (2009). CAS learning and development outcomes. In L. A. Dean (Ed.), CAS professional standards for higher education (7th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.
- Schuh, J. H., & Gansemer-Topf, A. M. (2010, December). The role of student affairs in student learning assessment (NILOA Occasional Paper No. 7). Urbana, IL: University of Illinois and Indiana University, National Institute of Learning Outcomes Assessment. Retrieved from http://www. learningoutcomeassessment.org/documents/StudentAffairsRole.pdf
- Lesson 5: Assessment Methods and Data Collection
- Lesson 6: Analyzing Assessment Results and Research Literacy
- Assignment: Create and submit Assessment Project Plan using the "Assessment Project" template, available to download below (email to email@example.com).
- Lesson 7: Communicating and Using Assessment Results
- Assignment: Conduct assessment project and present findings to consultant using the "Assessment Project Results" template, available to download below (email to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Submit Your Certificate Application
Upon completion of all the required tasks, you can apply for the Assessment Credential Certificate.
Please email assessmentcredential@CampusLabs.com to notify our team of your completion of the program.
If you have any questions regarding the requirements of this program, please email our staff at assessmentcredential@CampusLabs.com.
Facilitating the Assessment Credential Certificate on Campus
Interested in facilitating the Assessment Credential Curriculum at your campus? Download the "Campus Labs Assessment Credential Facilitator's Guide" at the bottom of the page.